computer driver update

How can I find a free driver update. Every time I log into a free program they want to charge me a fee.

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Re: driver update

Usually, the site of the maker has drivers available for a free download. For what device and what OS on what computer do you need one? And why?

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Driver Update

From windows 7 to onward (if your computer is connected to internet) it can search online and download the recent suitable driver, all you have to do is follow these steps:
Go to control panel then to device manager.
Go to the properties of the device you want to update its driver then click on driver update and then on search automatically. That's it!

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Incredibly unreliable.

Maybe it's because folk bring me the machines this fails on but my experience is this is not the way to go about such work. See Kees' reply above.

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